On Wed, Jul 21, 1999 at 02:14:00PM +0200, Ulf Möller wrote:
There are contradictions in the RFC:
Compression also has some problems.
Section 2.1 ("Confidentiality via Encryption") states that OpenPGP encrypted
messages are usually compressed.
Section 2.3 ("Compression") states that implementations MAY compress a message
after applying a signature.
Section 9.3 ("Compression Algorithms") states that an implementation MUST
support the type 0 (uncompressed data) algorithm and SHOULD support ZIP.
It seems like this wording could lead to sever interoperability problems.